The leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un, has sent a message to the American president, Donald Trump, in which he wishes that both he and first lady Melania recover soon from COVID-19, the state agency KCNA reported this Saturday.
In the letter, which is known a day after Trump reported his positives, Kim conveyed a show of “sympathy” to the couple presidency of the United States, wished them to recover “as soon as possible” and was convinced that “They will get over it,” according to details published by the aforementioned news agency.
It is the first time that the North Korean dictator has sent a message of this type to a president who has contracted COVID-19, among whom were also the British Prime Minister, Boris Jonhson, or the Brazilian President, Jair Bolsonaro.
Trump and his wife were tested for COVID-19 after the positive in the disease of one of the president’s closest advisers, Hope Hicks, was known this Thursday.
Although it was initially indicated that the US presidential couple would convalesce in the White House, it was later decided to transfer Trump to a military hospital on Friday “as a precaution.”
Trump, 74, brings together several of the risk factors for developing more severe symptoms of COVID-19, due to your age, gender and obesity.
Minutes after leaving for the medical center, Trump shared a video on Twitter in which he said: “I think I’m fine, but we’re going to make sure things work.”